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InGaAs Image Sensors for NIR

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InGaAs Image Sensors for NIRHamamatsu offers a diverse lineup of image sensors, including InGaAs image sensors for NIR applications. Our new G13393-0808W InGaAs area image sensor is sensitive to 0.95-1.7 µm wavelengths, and is suitable for applications such as hyperspectral imaging, thermal image monitoring, NIR imaging, traffic monitoring, foreign object screening, and nondestructive inspection. The G13393-0808W consists of a back-illuminated InGaAs photodiode array and a CMOS readout circuit (ROIC). The photodiode array has 320 x 256 pixels and a 20-µm pixel pitch.

The ROIC has a built-in timing generator, making this image sensor easy to operate. Additional features include TE-cooling and a hermetically sealed metal package for stable operation.


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